Burial at Sea has long promised to let us finally step into the shoes of Elizabeth, the young woman who in BioShock Infinite alternated as sidekick, damsel in distress, sad woman in need of comfort, super-powered plot device, and eventually, harbinger of the apocalypse. The game picks up more or less immediately after the events at the end of the first episode, with Elizabeth finally completing the circle by going to the first BioShock's underwater city of Rapture and hunting down and killing the final Booker/Comstock.

Of course, picking up "immediately after" the first chapter doesn't really mean much in the multiverse of BioShock Infinite. In a matter of minutes, everything that seemed to (sort of) make sense at the end of episode one has been turned on its ear, and it's off to the metaphysical races once more.

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